Donald Trump to sell 'God Bless the USA' Bibles amid legal struggles

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Financial Lifeline? Trump ventures into Bible sales amidst mounting legal bills.—AFP/File
Financial Lifeline? Trump ventures into Bible sales amidst mounting legal bills.—AFP/File 

Former President Donald Trump has entered the realm of retail, offering 'God Bless the USA' Bibles for $59.99 amidst financial pressures stemming from escalating legal battles.

On April 22, Trump posted a promotional video on his Truth Social platform as he threw his weight behind the patriotic Bible that is inspired by Lee Greenwood's well known anthem.

Timed with fact happens the same week as Holy Week, Donald Trump tells to his followers to "Make America Pray Again" by acquiring a the special edition Bible, priced at $59.99. 

While this may be seen as a means of financial support for Trump, who faces monetary problems due to the legal cases, including four criminal indictments and many civil cases ongoing, it may not be adequate to cover all expenses or even win the case. 

The latest district court decision has made it possible for him to get a $175 million reprieve, after he had promised to come up with $454 million within the shortened period.

The Bible, described as "Faith and Family Approved" and "the only Bible endorsed by President Trump!", has an "Easy-to-Read" format and comes in a "Slim Design," ensuring effortless Bible study on the go.

Corresponding to the King James version, this replica book also displays replicas of the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Independence and the Pledge of Allegiance alongside a hand written chorus of the famous folk-song of Greenwood.

From sneakers with the trademark Trump to NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and accounts that impart the lessons from his tenure in office, the entrepreneurial spirit of Trump is still not going to be subsided.